• 00:29

    Beading for Life with Devin Hibbard

    in Current Events

    How do you eradicate poverty? If you're part of the Ugandan paper bead industry, you do it one bead at a time. Our guest is Devin Hibbard.
    Devin Hibbard, Bead for Life
    Devin is co-founder and Executive Director of the Colorado-based non-profit Bead for Life, which was the first organization to help Ugandan refugee women sell their paper beads. Devin, with co-founders Torkin Wakefield and Ginny Jordan, discovered a woman making paper beads in a slum and knew they would be a top seller worldwide, enabling women who were previously poverty-stricken to start making a decent living. 
    In a unique twist, women who take part are expected to graduate and start their own businesses. Almost 3/4 of them do so, and the organization currently serves over 1400 women in Eastern and Central Uganda. Their mission is to eradicate poverty, one bead at a time.

  • 00:15

    Beading Banter

    in Art

    Swapping ideas and helpful hints about jewelry making and beading.
    Relaxed and informal discussions.Fun and informative!

  • 02:59

    EGUA - Marketplace: Our Guest is Nailah Sankofa of Tiwantiwa Abibiman Village

    in Education

    In this episode of EGUA - Marketplace, our guest is Iya Nailah Sankofa owner of Tiwantiwa Abibiman Village and Artisans Collective which includes KA-ASO Afrikan/Adulawo Women's Textile Guild.

    Excerpt from her website:

    "KA-ASO Afrikan/Adulawo Women's Textile Guild is a social crafting club, network and studio program in which women of Afrikan ascent can come to hone their skills, refresh or learn new ones,  network and study numerous techniques to create and adorn quality hand-crafted textiles from knitting, crochet, weaving, hooking and embroidery to tie-dye, batik, fabric painting, felting, beading, quilting, and more..." 

    TiwanTiwa Abibiman Village is one of the businesses in our OKOM Economic Development initiative. 

    Visit Iya Nailah's website at:



    Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan 

    Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu

    Akwamu Nation in North America


  • 00:26

    Internet Marketing, Beading and Ilene Baranowitz

    in Marketing

    Pursuing a degree in art education led to an introduction to all aspects of crafts that Ilene loves dearly to this day.
    Ilene taught art, was a professional calligrapher and graphic designer for over 35 years, designed a double-award winning product for the crafts industry and has another patent-pending product for beading waiting to go into production. She wrote a book entitled "Create Your Own Bling", published by Krause Publications and she has several Kindle books on Amazon and one ready to publish on CreateSpace.
    Ilene studied social media marketing, mobile marketing, and various other internet marketing before realizing that she is happiest expressing herself creatively. She is currently completing a course for Baby Boomers to return to what they have always known and loved – their own crafts expression – to become entrepreneurs by creating and selling their creations in online shops such as Etsy and Artfire, and newer ones such as craftsu, by utilizing social media to promote and build their business.
    Ilene is a big proponent of using social media sites to build both personal and business relationships – her current and future endeavors are examples of this.

  • 00:35

    Live in the DMV with Chere and Caprice at the Style to the Aisle Event

    in Fashion

    Join Host Chere Cofield of the popular, To Your Health Radio Show, and Caprice Smith of the popular, Uncuffed Radio Show,  as they tour the DMV area for the hottest events around. This dynamic duo doesn't just attend and report the news, they become apart of the event bringing you the atmosphere with Live Interviews and Clips of the surrounding scene! Find out what is going on in Maryland, DC, and Virginia through the eyes of MWHY Radio Network! You will soon be asking Where in the DMV is Chere and Caprice! Find out here on the MWHY Radio Network

    Chere and Caprice provided entertaining interviews and the atmosphere of the Style to the Aisle: A Bride's Runway. Style to the Aisle...a Bride's RUNWAY is the premier fashion event for brides-to-be.  Sophistication, high fashion and couture strikes a pose on the runway in the form of french lace, detailed beading, tulle and silks.  A seamless fusion of modern with timeless elegance, avant-garde with the traditional and high-end fashion with bridal couture.    

    Sponsors:  Slantress Magazine   Chere Cofield International     Ladybugs Pleasurable Glass  Coach Caprice Smith     National Motor Club      Rita Ricks       Off The Vine

  • 02:00

    Wise Woman Media 4/4/14--w/ Special Guest Robin LaDue, Author and Activist

    in Politics

    Tonight's Special Guest is Author and Activist Robin LaDue. Her latest book, a remarkable offering, is titled "TOTEMS OF SEPTEMBER, A Novel of Loss, Healing and Redemption." This book gives us the tragedy of 911 from a First Nation/Native American perspective.

    Robin is also an artist using various different mediums to conjure her beautiful creations for a constant healing for herself and others.

    This show is a LIVE BROADCAST, be sure to listen in, CALL IN or join us in our interactive CHAT ROOM, to ask questions.

    See tonight's complete show description at our site: WISE WOMEN MEDIA. You can also find a list of our sponsors, all of our archived shows, links to our social networks and ways to get in touch with us to suggest future guests or send us feedback.

    See you on the radio!!!

  • 02:01

    Myra Wood

    in Knitting

    On the next edition of Fiber Hooligan (02/03/14) my guest will be the lovely and talented Myra Wood. If you haven’t met Myra, you’re going to love this lady… she’s extremely charming and very funny.

    Myra is an internationally know fiber artist, designer, author and teacher. She teaches a wide range of classes in knitting, crochet, embroidery and beading… specializing in all things creative. Her online class, "The Perfect Fit Seamless Crazy Lace Cardigan" is available at Craftsy.com. Myra is the author of Creative Crochet Lace and Crazy Lace along with numerous published patterns in books and magazines. Myra’s been a guest instructor on numerous episodes of Knit and Crochet Now, Knitty Gritty and Uncommon Threads on PBS, HGTV and DIY Network.

    Most recently Myra has just finished a new book with XRX Books (my company), Knit In New Directions, which will be debuting at STITCHES West… where she’ll also be presenting a killer Opening Day program.

    We’re going to be talking about all that and more on this show. I hope you’ll join for us so I can share this exceptional lady with all of you.

  • 01:00

    Southern Fried Fiber Art with Susan Sorrell

    in Art

    Susan Sorrell creates what she calls “Southeren  Fried Fiber Arts” with amazing detail, use of color and many mixed media pieces she creates her fiber art which tend to jump off the fiber and into your creative soul. Her art makes you smile and discover something new every time you look at one of her pieces. She also paints with the same passion creating canvas that tell the story in living color.

    Susan has been working in textile art since 1998 using paint, needle and thread, beading and embellishing on fabrics to express herself. She is not afraid of color and creates some of the most interesting and intricate designs that I have ever seen. Today, she'll share what inspires her to live the creative life. 

    Contact the host Cara Rae: info@icreateflix.com

    Visit iCreateFlix.com: Icreateflix.com

  • 00:52

    The art and history of Beadwork a fascinating journey

    in Art

    Getting so inspired about Beadworking while gearing up for our Special Event this Thursday at 6:00. The history of beading is fascinating! Beaders and non beaders alike... come listen in... it is so inspiring!!!
    Monica Today.

  • 01:37

    IPR Special Event - The Whole Bead Show Lynwood Washington

    in Art

    Tonight we get a wonderful Sneak Peek look into the inspiration behind select beading professionals. We hear their fascinating stories and learn about their journeys.   For those new to the Washington area we get an introduction into some local history and we are all invited to attend an evening's "Girls night Out" in historic downtown Arlington about 1/2 hour north of Lynwood after or before attending the Whole Bead Show . Make it a weekend to never be forgotten as we follow our passions and as Vicki from Red Door Beads says: "Just Bead"
    Pam Maxfield www.bellomodo.com
    Holly and Vicky from Red Door Beadswww.reddoorbeads.com
    Kelly Anne and Kimberly from Bella Bungalo www.TheBellaBungalow.com

  • 00:31

    In the Know with Nicole!

    in Business

    In the Know with Nicole featuring Interviews, discussions with area business owners.Bringing together community and cause. Calender of events shared to keep you abreast of all that is important, exciting and beneficial to expanding your business!
    Welcome to Tessica Sizemore, creator and owner of Crystals by Tess. Flight attendant by day.....handcrafter by night!

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